We value your privacy. We may collect personal information from you for business, marketing, and commercial purposes. Read more
We value your privacy. We may collect personal information from you such as identifying information (name, address, driver's license number), transactional information (products or services purchased and payment history), digital network activity (interactions with our website, IP address), geo-location data, audio recordings and other forms of personal information. We use this information for business, marketing and commercial purposes, including but not limited to, providing the products and services you request, processing your claims, protecting against fraud, maintaining security, confirming your identity and offering you other insurance and financial products.
For California residents, click here to view the full version of the California Consumer Privacy Notice.Para español, haga clic aquí para ver la versión completa del Aviso de Privacidad del Consumidor de California. Read less
Start Of Main Content
Self-supporting singles can build good money management and budget habits into their daily life at any age.
Any job change leads to upheaval and uncertainty. From severance pay to health insurance options, here’s guidance about what to do when you lose your job.
A personal net worth statement is a snapshot of your financial health. Use the worksheet to help you determine yours.
4 important traits to seek out in a financial professional.
Credit cards can be confusing. Don’t let these common misconceptions prevent you from selecting the right credit card that meets your needs
What does a financial professional do? Is it time for you to consult one to help you meet short- and long-term goals? Here are some insights.
An annuity can give you a paycheck in retirement for life. State Farm agents talk about how annuities work, including the types and payout options.
Help stay on track for retirement with these savings to-do's by age.
Learn how your current stage of life and appetite for risk play an important role in determining the optimal investment strategy.
Not all investments are the same. With a little preparation, you’ll get a better understanding and appreciation of how much to invest and where.
Unsure of how to start investing? Our Investing 101 guide can help equip you with the tools and education you need to begin on the right path to grow your money.
If you're looking to balance or mitigate the risk levels in your investments, diversification is your best option.
Learn the key differences between the three most common investment types: cash equivalents, bonds, and stocks.
If there’s one thing financial experts agree on, it’s this: It’s never too late to start investing. Get the extra push you might need to put your money to work for you.
When it comes to tax and important documentation, knowing whether to keep it or shred it is important. We’ve compiled information to help you with this important task.
Before you make the leap to investing, check out the guidance offered by these experts.
A personal financial plan is important for your financial future. It's easy to start once you know these steps.
What bond funds are, their risks, and why some include them in their portfolios.
Childcare costs are gone. Now what? Start investing in your child's college fund.
Before you invest in shares, make sure you know what you're getting into with this legal disclosure document.
The information in this article was obtained from various sources not associated with State Farm®. While we believe it to be reliable and accurate, we do not warrant the accuracy or reliability of the information. These suggestions are not a complete list of every loss control measure. The information is not intended to replace manuals or instructions provided by the manufacturer or the advice of a qualified professional. Nor is it intended to effect coverage under our policy. State Farm makes no guarantees of results from use of this information.